"TV That Doesn't Insult Your Intelligence."








Gone Tomorrow:
The Hidden Life of Garbage

If it's worth watching, share it!

visit yogaclass.com

Gone Tomorrow: The Hidden Life of Garbage

This is a short 19-minute documentary about recycling and waste in the U.S. Based on the book of the same name by Heather Rogers. The film has great facts and plenty of humor. It exposes the often magical (but false) feeling we get from 'helping the earth' by 'recycling.' It also points out the real problems: over-production and industrial pollution. Plus, it explains corporate greenwashing and our economic system of 'planned obsolescence'.




Interview with Heather Rogers
Interview with Heather Rogers author of "Gone Tomorrow: The Hidden Life of Garbage" given October 28, 2005.



Trash Inc. The Secret Life of Garbage
The business of trash has become a 21st century goldmine. CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla goes inside a $52 billion a year industry.


Join list to get latest news and new video posts,
delivered directly to your email!

Subscribe to
she-who-remembers email list.

"Low on Bandwidth;
High on Substance."
Enter your e-mail address:

SWR List Archive
Free list hosting by YahooGroups
RSS FEED: http://rss.groups.yahoo.com/group/she-who-remembers/rss




Highly recommended by SWR-TV !!!

The opinions in videos we feature do not necessarily reflect those of SWR-TV, or its sponsors. These videos are meant as food for thought to inspire your own research and evaluation, not as an endorsement. If you agree with the ideas and opinions expressed, we urge you to support the video's producers by purchasing a hard copy, or making some donation to their cause. SWR-TV is not in the business of persuading you or anyone else to believe anything that that is linked to from this site, but it does encourage you to use all available resources to form your own judgement about important things that effect your life.

If you like what you see here, please join our mail list, and TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY!

PRIVACY STATEMENT!: Assume you have none.

Custom Search
See us grow at:

©2010 She Who Remembers